"Long-time Grand Theft Auto producer and some other Rockstar North employees are working on a game that allows you to do anything, everywhere." - Siniša Bućan
Interesting concept, just don't overblow peoples expectations
That comment brings a certain game to mind ;)
A sky that belongs to no man?
Every AAA game ever?
I hope he's not the next Peter Molyneux....it's giving me those vibes.
Loved Molyneux's games.
Anything, everywhere.. Interesting
Do anything anywhere....welp first on the list, get this game for free and get it early before the release date. It is possible cuz R* says so.....wait a minute.... second thing on the list..... get a copy of Agent from Rockstar....it is now possible
Need to know more about this. I'm sure the developers don't want to end up with No Man's Sky levels of hyperbole.
too bad peoole never learn to read. those that can read and got the game because they liked what they read actually enjoyed it. its the people with wild imaginations that projected their thoughts into the game description that were not there that were disappointed.
I can't believe theres still people like you around. Those who enjoyed NMS were either totally ignorant to what the all the hype from Hello Games and Sean Murray promised the game to be or were the ones who had so intensely defended the game prior to release when people questioned if the game really would be all that it was hyped up to be, and in being so defensive beforehand couldn't backtrack and forced themselves to enjoy it. We who read the articles, listened to the interviews and watched the trailers knew that something was fishy and called the liars out on it the second the subpar game released and everything we suspected proved real. Back on topic. Don't do as Hello Games and Sean Murray. Don't flat out lie and it should be ok.
Or...didn't let their expectations run amok and wanted a space exploration game. Don't give a s*** what bad press it got, it's a good game...if you enjoy it. And (like all other games), it's not if you don't...
No one let their expectations run amok. Some of us don't like being flat out lied to while others enjoy getting taken from behind by aforementioned liars.
So can eat steak in this game?
In real life as well.
Already platinumed that.
*grabs* I stole your cheesesteak......
With Doritos and MountDew :D
Suddenly I'm a little concerned with GTA 6 and RDR 2.
This is a FORMER BOSS'S game as in nothing to do with Rockstar
Well actually if you believe (and I'm not saying it is true) everything Benzie says in his lawsuit, then they could be without him involved.
why? You can do anything anywhere. Dont be concerned with gta 6 or rdr2 here.
Games with the tagline "do anything, anywhere tends to lack focus and proper pacing, just saying
Yeah, all those games have lacked focus before, titles such as........... And .............................. ........ Can you name a single game that has had that specific tagline?
Sorry I guess I miss phrased that, more in the line of "featured selling point" that you can do anything anywhere.... Which are stated for most sandbox games, but there are only a few of them that can pull it off without the feeling of repetition or pointless busy work sinking in only a couple of hours into a playthrough, this genre imo is becoming just as stale as the FPS genre, we either get annual ubisoft copy/pastas or the big budget projects like witcher 3 and GTA that only comes along every 5-6 years
Bethesda advertised Skyrim as a "game you could do anything you want." back in E3 2011 I think.
Sounds interesting. They make it seem like GTA online with more options and dynamic storytelling. It's a decent sales pitch but I will need to see more to be excited. If Rockstar North said that I would be a little more excited. That's a 9 figure budget though.
What about AGENT dagonitttt
Sony already at there company like let make exclusive deal. Lol
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